หน่อยซีฟู้ด Noi Seafood
2005 Pracha Songkhro Rd
Khwaeng Din Daeng, Khet Din Daeng
T: +66 2 693 7439
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So, my fellow blue blooded buddies were all arriving one after another on separate flights, shortly after me being the vanguard. Upon arrival, one after the other got checked in at the same hotel I was putting up in, and we made our way to hunt for some supper before we proceeded for liquid diet (beer).
Given my decade of continued patronage at the night market, it was only natural that I’d bring my friends to Noi Seafood on Pracha Songkhro Road. You may ask why I keep returning, and my answer is simple: the aroma of their grilled stuff would lure you from a mile away.
This being a quick supper before our beer guzzling regime, we decided to save more space for the fluids.
Grilled Pork Neck คอหมูย่าง – none can resist the allure of their grilled stuff. Chicken or pork, both if you please. Grilled pork neck in my opinion is like a game of chance, but you always end up winning. There are days where it’s lean, and on this day, it’s a little fatty. Hence, juicy tender. And the dip that goes with prickles.
Stir Fried Kangkong with Salted Beans ผัดผักบุ้งกับถั่วเค็ม – this rendition is definitely child friendly, or for those with low threshold for spice. The crunch is not overbearing, while the flavors of the sauce is mildly salted with presence of garlic chips.
Stir Fried Basil Leaf Minced Pork on Rice and Sunny Side Up ผัดกระเพราหมูสับลาดข้าวไข่ดาว – this is by far, one of the commonest meal in a plate found easily all across Bangkok, and possibly throughout the kingdom. It can be minced pork or chicken or beef, sliced pork or chicken or beef, seafood or calamari or prawns etc. Different chefs will throw in their own style, so there’s really no template for taste.
Once you’ve tasted the wonders of Noi Seafood, I know you’ll put it in you checklist whenever you revisit Bangkok. I know so, because it’s happened not just for me over the last decade, but for friends from different parts of the world too.